Kingston trail

Park Name Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area
Region Kingston, Eastern Ontario
Location Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area is located in Kingston just north of Highway 401 at Division Street.
Description 394 hectare (975 acre), includes field, forest, wetland and a large reservoir suitable for canoeing. 14 km of trails, three picnic areas, a demonstration sugar bush and an Outdoor Centre with education programs and meeting rooms.

In the winter, a large natural ice rink and skating trail is maintained on the resevoir. Cross-country skiing is permitted on 13 km of groomed cross-country ski trails. A 1 km trail is left ungroomed for snowshoers. Skis and snowshoes are available for rent at the Outdoor Centre.
Length 14.0 km Time based on 4 km per hour, plus one hour for every 250m of elevation
Environments Rural
Surfaces soil, compacted, wood, boardwalk, grass or natural, gravel, asphalt
Trail Uses cross country skiing - skating style, cross country skiing - traditional style, hiking, walking
Obstacles Bridge, Rocks,Roots
Trail garbage disposal, picnic table, pit toilet
Trailhead bench, fire pit, garbage disposal, parking, picnic table, pit toilet, scenic outlook, telephone, trail access information, visitors' center, washroom, water
Fees/Permits day pass 6.00 per car
Owner Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority
P.O. Box 160
1641 Perth Rd.
Glenburnie, Ontario
(613) 546-4228

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